Kean confident in Rovers survival fight
Steve Kean is undaunted by the size of his side's survival mission following the victory over Norwich.
Despite coasting to a 2-0 victory Rovers still stand three points adrift of safety with two tough trips to the capital to face Tottenham and Chelsea sandwiching a pivotal home clash with Wigan next month. But Kean described his side's survival chances as "excellent", taking heart from some of his side's away performances this season, including a famous win at Old Trafford and points on Merseyside. Kean said: "We've got three games left and we've got to treat them as cup finals. All we can do is pick up points from every game and hope other teams stumble, and take advantage of that. "There are always going to be twists and turns and I'm convinced there are going to be more. I thought we were worthy winners and if we play like that we can look forward to our next game. "Wigan have still got to come here, and we've already this season been to Anfield, Goodison Park and Old Trafford - tough away games where we got something, so why can't we go to White Hart Lane and Stamford Bridge and get something?"